Game Set-Up

What you need to know

Key steps to follow

1. Film games using the guidelines below

2. Send game to LBA via ‘Google Drive’ (share it with [email protected]) or ‘wetransfer‘ (free version is up to 2gb)

How to film games

1. Film games using the guidelines below

2. Send game to LBA via ‘Google Drive’ (share it with [email protected]) or ‘wetransfer‘ (free version is up to 2gb)

Some top-tips when filming

● Film without zooming.
● Don’t need time outs and breaks.
● Shoot from a height and at the halfway point.
● See the whole play but close enough to see jersey numbers.
● Capture the following- Fouls, Violations, Free-Throws, Referee Signals.

When shooting the game

● Record team sheets before the game starts.
● Use a tripod!!!!
● HD camera with sd card, as you’ll need to transfer file.
● 720p at 40FPS
● 1080P at 60FPS
● For further improvements – 1/120TH shutter speed

When shooting interviews
  • Have players introduce themselves and their Instagram / twitter, etc
  • Other general questions-
    • Your name and team your representing.
    • If you wasn’t playing basketball what would you be doing?
    • Exceptions on game / season/ new players, what will they bring to the table?
    • Favorite quote
    • Personal goals

How to view and use analytics for teams and players

  • To view the analytic’s, each team manager/coach, must sign up. Just contact the league ([email protected]) to get this started.
  • Every team manager/coach will have access to their own teams breakdown and the team they played.
  • Manager/coaches have authority to give player assess to their game breakdowns.
  • You can post & share whatever content you like, on the usual social media platforms like Facebook for example.
  • Each team is responsible for their players posting/sharing content and LBA have no liability. However LBA have a ‘Code of Conduct’ to follow: These simple rules of thumb are to keep on-topic and be respectful of others, but to be clear we thought it useful to spell out a few things that are outside what we’d accept. We use social media platforms to help people learn more about what were doing in UK basketball and we want people to have a good experience when they are here. Anything that supports this aim is encouraged, provided it does not violate these terms of use that we’ve put together.By using this site, you agree that you will not post, publish or submit as work any of the following material:
    • Material that infringes the copyright of another person (plagiarism, or passing off other peoples material as your own) or copyright material not referenced or acknowledged.
    • Unauthorized posting of personal information (names, address, phone number, email etc.) of other users.
    • Material that contains vulgar, obscene or indecent language or images.
    • Material which defames, abuses or threatens others.
    • Statements that are bigoted, hateful or racially offensive.
    • Material that advocates illegal activity or discusses illegal activities with the intent to commit them.
    • No Flaming; there is a difference between voicing a legitimate concern or grievance and simply badmouthing or some other form of written abuse of someone or some service. These will be deleted upon discovery.
    • Posts or other material which is deemed inappropriate by the site administrators or appropriate team managers will be deleted upon discovery. Users who violate the Terms of Service may lose their account permanently.
    • Account suspensions are at the sole discretion of LBA & Krossover.
    • All users are required to provide a valid email address where they can be contacted at any time.
    • Any person actively using these sites is implicitly agreeing to these rules regardless of whether they have been read or not.


If you are unhappy about anything which you see anywhere on our sites, please email the team coordinators at London Basketball Association.


Click to print – UK version & USA version

Here how to use this score sheet:

  • For each team complete the following- Team name, No. Player’ (every player must be on a score-sheet), Date & Gym.
  • Any time a player commits a foul, mark it under foul. The referee will confirm who committed the foul.
  • Keeping game score-  The ‘Running score’ section keeps track of the teams current score.
  • Keeping player score- any time a player scores a write the number in in the current quarter. for examples, if a player scores a 2 pointer in the ‘Second Qtr’, write the number 2. If that same player scores a 3 pointer in the same quarter, write the number 3. This way we can track how many each player scored and in which quarter.
  • Time-outs. Note the time and who called the time out.
  • Please note a lot of this score-sheet dose not need to be used, the main tings are listed above.

FIBA 3×3 Rules